Unfortunately, due to the Bank Holiday there was no Club meeting on that Monday 18 March but Past President Gordon Millington, Secretary Rosemary Simpson and Club members Hilary Gault and Eileen Kennedy met up with their party of 28. They were given greetings and kindest regards from the St Neots Club joint Presidents Rev. Roger Hawthorne and Wing Commander Robert Murray and members of the Rotary Club of St Neots and presented with a banner by Rtn. Val Corrigan. PP Gordon was delighted, in return, to present them with a copy of the Club history and banner.
International Women's Day provides the opportunity to globally recognise and applaud achievements.
The event culminated with the presentation of the inaugural Rotary International, Northern Ireland, Woman of the Year Award 2013.
The full report can be seen here.
George Busby gave a talk to the Club on Thursday 7 March on "the Secret Listeners of Gilnahirk". This was a fascinating report on the radio operators who, from 1939 to 1946, worked in complete secrecy - even from their own families - and intercepted messages from German signals in Britain, Germany and in other European countries.
A highly successful fraternal visit to the Rotary Club of Londonderry was enjoyed Monday 4 March by the 17 members, Mabel Baird and Norma Millington who set off on the 10.30 bus to Londonderry.
President Gavin Killeen welcomed all, expressed how delighted they were by the visit from their parent Club and Presidents Gavin and Alan exchanged banners.
Full report can be read here.